An online campaign to fund private searches for two Tequesta boys missing since July 24 has raised more than $400,000. The GoFundMe webpage started by the families of Austin Stephanos and Perry ...Read more
Hundreds of businesses including eBay, Nestle and General Mills have issued their support for Barack Obama’s clean power plan, billed as the strongest action ever on climate change by a US ...Read more
Governor Larry Hogan today announced that the notorious Baltimore City Detention Center (BCDC) – Men’s Detention Center will close immediately, bringing to an end the facility’s long ...Read more
- Lynn Anderson, “Rose Garden” Hitmaker, Dead at 67Lynn Anderson, who earned a Grammy with her 1970 hit, “Rose Garden,” died Friday (July 31) in Nashville’s Vanderbilt Medical Center at the age of 67. Lynn Rene Anderson was born Sept. 26, 1947 in Grand Forks, North Dakota, to noted songwriters Liz and Casey Anderson. She grew up in Sacramento, California. Apart from her... […]
- Size Doesn’t Matter to A Thousand HorsesIt’s been an exceptional year for A Thousand Horses, who have seen most of the U.S. from their tour bus while opening shows in arenas and amphitheaters for headliner Darius Rucker. However, the band got its start in the clubs, and the members say it’s fun to go back to the smaller venues. “It’s awesome,”... […]
- CMA Songwriters Series Reveals More Than SongsWhen you put four country songwriters up on a stage together and give them microphones, they’re going to do more than play you hit songs. They’re going to let you in on some secrets of the music business. And that’s just what happened on Thursday night (July 30) at Joe’s Bar in Chicago when Brett... […]
- Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett Looking for MermaidsSo … Dierks Bentley and Thomas Rhett walk into a mermaid bar. That quip is hardly the start of a joke. They actually did walk into a mermaid bar, and the evidence is a hilarious photo posted on Bentley’s Instagram page of them at the legendary Sip ‘N Dip Tiki Lounge at the O’Haire Motor... […]
- Boston Symphony Orchestra extends music director's contractBOSTON (AP) — The Boston Symphony Orchestra said Monday it was extending the contract of Andris Nelsons, who last year became the orchestra's youngest conductor in a century.
- 2 women dead from suspected drug overdoses at music festPOMONA, Calif. (AP) — Two women died from suspected drug overdoses at a popular weekend music festival, prompting calls for an investigation and concern over the use of narcotics at youth-oriented events.
- Jeremy Clarkson: New Amazon Motoring Show Is "Music to My Ears"The former 'Top Gear' host hails the lack of editorial pressure from his new paymasters.
- Lollapalooza: Toro Y Moi on Growing as an Artist, Thrift Shopping"It's harder to get the stuff you want but it's worth it," said the musician of buying secondhand clothing when we caught up with him during the music fest.